Shooter Manu Bhaker wins her second gold medal in the ISSF World Cup Final

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The World Cup final continues to be an extravagant affair for India as the shooters managed to notch up more medals in both the pistol and rifle mixed team competitions. 

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Having already accumulated three gold medals in the individual events, the Indian shooters were not in a mood to press pause. Manu Bhaker, who already won the gold medal in women’s pistol, proceeded to team up with Russia’s Artem Chernousov in the president’s trophy competition.

The duo proceeded to defeat Saurabh Chaudhary and Anna Korakaki of Greece by a margin of 17-15 to secure the first place and win the gold medal in the process.

Meanwhile, Shahzar Rizvi won the bronze medal to complete the medal tally for the mixed pistol division.

On the other hand, in the mixed air rifle, Divyansh Singh Panwar added a gold in the mixed air rifle along with the one he won in the individuals. Divyansh paired with Snjezana Pejcic of Croatia to defeat the pair of  Apurvi Chandela and Zhang Changhong of China by a margin of 16-14.

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